Neurofeedback and its possible relevance for the treatment of Tourette syndrome.

  title={Neurofeedback and its possible relevance for the treatment of Tourette syndrome.},
  author={Anik{\'o} Farkas and Annet Bluschke and Veit R{\"o}\ssner and Christian Beste},
  journal={Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews},
Neurofeedback is an increasingly recognized therapeutic option in various neuropsychiatric disorders to treat dysfunctions in cognitive control as well as disorder-specific symptoms. In this review we propose that neurofeedback may also reflect a valuable therapeutic option to treat executive control functions in Gilles-de-la-Tourette syndrome (GTS). Deficits in executive control functions when ADHD symptoms appear in GTS likely reflect pathophysiological processes in cortico-thalamic-striatal… CONTINUE READING
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